To make users browsing happily without any disturbance, Firefox web browser version 3.6.4 provides plugin-container.exe process which can inform you whether your program is safe or not while you are running the web browser.
The process hook up container.exe appears and disappears periodically depending on the websites visit. Firefox 3.6.4 provides uninterrupted browsing for Windows and Linux users even when there is a wreck in the Adobe Flash, Apple QuickTime or Microsoft Silver light plug-in. The crash protection in Firefox is provided by loading some plug-in separately in a new process called plug-in-container. So, that’s your plugin-container.exe.
How does Firefox clang works? This is the question runs in our mind. Let me tell you the process: With crash protection on, if a plug-in crashes or freezes, the main firefox.exe process will stay running but the portion of the web page operated by that particular plug-in. It will be disabled. It means, a plug-in crash will not affect the rest of Firefox and you will enjoy uninterrupted browsing. Later, you can restart the plug-in content simply by simply refreshing the web page.
Plugin-container.exe is entirely not a malware. It has been added to Firefox web browser to make your browsing easily. You can safely run it on your computer. Right now plugin-container.exe supports the following plug-in: Adobe Flash, Apple QuickTime and Microsoft Silver light.
The process remains very active once it has been started. It is for instance activated when the Firefox user starts to view a Flash or QuickTime video and closed when Firefox is closed or it’s manually killed.
Open Firefox web browser.
Type about:config in a residence club as good as press Enter key.
A notice will appear. Ignore it as good as press a “I’ll be careful, you promise!” button.
In a Filter margin sort dom.ipc. Six preferences will crop up for a filter dom.ipc.
Ignore initial as good as final preferences (dom.ipc.plugins.enabled as good as dom.ipc.plugins.timeoutSecs). Toggle (double-click) any of a 4 superfluous preferences to shift a worth from “true” to “false“.
That’s it. For help, take a demeanour during a screenshot.
How to disable Plugin container.exe in Firefox
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